At Rhodes we do what’s right. Right for our customers, right for our communities, right for our partners, and right for our staff. It’s our focus on what’s right that underpins not just our operations but our corporate governance, ensuring our accountability.
Our values, led first and foremost by safety, underpin everything that we do and are integral to our approach to business. They are the foundation of our Code of Conduct and set the standard of behaviour we expect from our board, executive team, staff, sub-contractors and partners.
We put safety first – ALWAYS.
We provide our clients with high quality products and superior standards of performance.
We make the right decisions not the easy decisions.
We invest in research, design and technology to find new and efficient ways of delivering value.
We do what we say we will.
We treat all people with dignity and never discriminate.
We know that we achieve more through working together.
We take the time to understand and be understood.
We strive to minimise our environmental footprint and help our customers, communities and partners do likewise.
We aim to be more than financially successful, we aim to give back.
Code Of Conduct
OUR VALUES GUIDE OUR CONDUCT AND SET THE EXPECTATIONS, STANDARDS AND ETHICAL PRACTICES THAT UNDERPIN ALL OUR DEALINGS.
Rhodes is committed to operating its business with integrity
– to do what is right and ethical.
Act honestly, fairly and with integrity in all areas of our business dealings
Respect the values of others, support workplace diversity, and not tolerate workplace harassment or bullying, sexual misconduct, and discrimination
Be responsible and accountable for our actions
Follow company policies and procedures at all times
Behave in accord with our values
Comply with the laws, regulations and statutory obligations of the countries in which we operate
Ensure that the privacy of our people and stakeholders is observed and respected
Solve problems through collaboration and co-operation
Avoid action or activity that could result in a conflict of interest, is illegal, or involves the giving of or acceptance of improper inducements for the purpose of securing business
Encourage employees to speak against, and to report, unethical behaviour